Our goals are to increase student achievement, improve student engagement, and improve family engagement. To accomplish this, The Enrichment Academy provides before and after school programs, summer camps and Saturday sessions that inform, energize and enrich the lives of families beginning with students.
The EA Program Director will train, support, oversee and supervise 14-20 school site coordinators at Elementary and Middle schools to successfully carry out their job description (see attached job description) and empower them to create and oversee before and after school programming at their school site. The EA Program Director will plan and coordinate summer camp sessions including curriculum approval and development, hire/train/oversee, supervise and evaluate summer teachers, budget development and program development.
Program Management & Training: • Responsible for the recruitment, training, supervision of EA Site Coordinators • Approve partners and check for curriculum alignment with State and District standards • Oversee the coordination of evaluation process including surveys of students, staff and parents • Responsible for providing fiscal, program and evaluation reports necessary for grant management.
Operational: • Manage day to day operations of the Enrichment Academy programs • Supervise EA Site Coordinators • Develop professional development to train Ea Site Coordinators • Develop positive relationships and maintain high level communication system with , school site coordinators, various school district staff, SKEF staff, and community partners • Submit all required documentation/reports on a timely basis for grant and funding requirements including city and Federal Program reporting including but not limited to PPICS • Develop, maintain, approve and track session budget in coordination with SKEF Executive director and SKEF Fiscal Director
Position Description: Enrichment Academy Director
Administrative/Supervision: • Act as a liaison between SKEF , school site Enrichment Academy Programs and the Salem Keizer School District • Immediately notify SKEF Executive director of concerns/complaints • Attend SKEF staff meetings as scheduled to provide information and updates on EA before and after school programs and summer sessions
Ideal person should also be able to: • Demonstrate sensitivity and responsiveness to cultural differences • Demonstrate a willingness to grow and learn in the youth development field by attending trainings and conferences • Maintain appropriate professional boundaries with staff, parents, children and community resources • Demonstrate the ability to manage diverse staff and possess strong conflict management skills • Flexible and responsive
Skills/Experience Required • Organized with strong verbal and written communication skills; strong listening capabilities; Courteous and professional conduct • Computer skills (Excel, Word and Publisher) • Understanding of curriculum development and alignment with State and District Standards • Understanding of instructional best practices and classroom management • Knowledgeable of school and student data systems • Experience with K-12 public education • Self-starter and problem-solver with strong initiative and ability to design, implement and evaluate projects and demonstrated ability to create positive learning environment • Fingerprinting and Child Abuse Index Clearance from Department of Justice
Compensation • Salaried position, $40,000 annually • Full time, year round position. • Some evening and weekend work required